All public places provide Wi-Fi nowadays, but they’re usually incredibly unsafe. They use the same password or worse: no password at all. As a public place, how do you provide a secure Wi-Fi to all your visitors (without making it impossible to operate)? The answer is PPSK-KIOSK, a startup from the Netherlands that provides it as a service all over the world. In about three seconds you’re online in a secure manner. How does it work? What standards do they use and what do you need to do if you want to have that kind of functionality? An interview with founder Michael Lindszen at the Aerohive Experience Day!